Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Spicy & Tangy Garlic Chutney

Garlic chutney goes awesome with any sort of dosas or idlies, my mom have her usual version of making out this chutney...She always prepare her garlic chutney with garlic cloves,dry red chillies and tamarind pieces..My version of this chutney is quite different from her version, i have already prepared my version of garlic chutney here with curry leaves..I prepared yesterday my mom's version of garlic chutney for our dinner...This chutney goes prefect as side dish for any kind of dosas and its quite spicy and tangy; myself and my H enjoyed having along with our dosa...Since its my mom's version of chutney which i learned from her when i was doing my college, its one among my inital cooking experience which i never ever forget to prepare whenever we feel like having something spicy..

Spicy Garlic Chutney

25nos Garlic cloves
7nos Dry red chillies
1no Tamarind pieces (blueberry size)
Salt
2tbsp Gingelly oil

Heat few drops of oil, fry the dry red chillies and tamarind piece, keep aside..In the same pan, fry the garlic cloves until they turns golden brown...Take everything in a mixie jar along with gingelly oil, salt and enough water and grind a bit coarse paste...

Serve with any sort of dosas or idlies..

61 comments:

  1. simply yum...fan of garlic...bful color...truly lipsmacking...

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  2. My kinda Chutney Priya.. Spicy n tangy.. This one is a sure keep-sake recipe! :)

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  3. what a beautiful cololur, i love this yummy chutney. love to have with dosai

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  4. my favorite - spicy and tangy...yummy n tempting

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  5. Must give a try....
    Thx. for sharing dear :-)

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  6. wow!looks mouthwatering Priya..luv anything garlicky...tnx a lot for the recipe

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  7. Priya, poondu chutney nalla colour ah irukku en amma vum poondu chutney seivanga idli kku nalla tasty ah irukum.naan innum seiyalla kandippa aduthu idli seiyum poedhu intha chutney seiyanum..

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  8. looks really yummy & fantastic.. mouth watering recipe.. my fav chutney..

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  9. What a spicy and tangy chutney. I love it :)

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  10. Chutney looks yum priya, nice one

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  11. Hmmm chutney looks delicious,i feel like having some idli or dosa with your chutney

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  12. எனக்கு ரொம்ப பிடித்த சட்னி,எங்கம்மாவும் இப்படிதான் செய்வாங்க...

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  13. Love the ingredients. Must be delicious. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  14. Love the color priya.Lovely chutney to go with idli.Thanks for sending it to the event

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  15. Priya, i was searching for this recipe for quite sometime..:) thanks a lot. Will surely try quickly....

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  16. worth a try....spicy garlic recipe goes with hot rice perfectly....
    Drop in sometime priya

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  17. Priya my mom also makes this and i am favorite of it. Like to have it with hot Idlis and nallyennai. We call it as kara chutney...

    www.jiboombaa.com

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  18. Superb recipe,always done without tamarind,this sounds good! Will try it out !

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  19. I make this once in a week..We mix with rice too..Nice chutney !!

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  20. I have a dry Andhra garlic chilli chutney I bought from the store. It's so hot that I am scared to use it!:D

    Chutney looks yum, I think Tamarind will make it little milder, will try.

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  21. This must be very delicious. After all, it's made from the garlics.

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  22. wow i can imagine how spicy and tangy that would have been

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  23. Love tangy tamarind and would love to try this chutney as well.Moms dish is always the best and we can never match it.Spicy and tangy chutney Priya

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  24. wowww..ggarlic chutny luks yummy:)

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  25. I could now feel the smell and taste of this tangy preparation...with idlies this should be awesome !!! and with dosas too. Thoroughly enjoyed the post Priya.

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  26. Mouthwaterin chutney recipe priya yummmmm.

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  27. Wonderful garlicky chutney, ...anything with garlic, I am in:)

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  28. Awesome! You can never have too much garlic :)

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  29. love the color...chutney looks so delicious..

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  30. i luv garlic in any form..this chutney is looking fantastic ..

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  31. Don't I love garlic! This is yummy!

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  32. மிகவும் எளிதில் செய்யகூடியதாக இருக்கின்றது...கண்டிப்பாக செய்து பார்க்க வேண்டும்...நன்றி

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  33. Must give this a try...chutney looks delicious.

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  34. love the color...chutney looks so delicious..

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  35. Im a great fan of garlic chutney, love to have it with Idlis

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  36. the name spicy tangy garlic chutney..wow i know how tasty it will be..good one priya..best with dosa wow

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  37. Chutney looks yummy priya!!! Goes str8 to my to-do list!!!

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  38. Great chutney Priya..Love garlic...

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  39. Wow. Looks yummy. I loike the garlic flavour. It should go well for dosas

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  40. Fab garlic chutney priya,like to have them with dosas at any time.

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  41. Priya,

    Nice spicy and tangy chutney, mom is always best cook.

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  42. Lovely Chutney..Mom recipes are always a hit !!! Thanks for the entry Priya..

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  43. Spicy and yummy chutney, Priya..I would love it with dosa/idli...

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  44. My next breakfast either its idly or dosa will be with this chutney for sure...loved it..yummy...

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  45. Hey Priya.. the chutney looks amazing. Always on the look out for garlic foods! :D

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  46. Yummy and spicy garlic chutney.

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  47. wow Priya,
    Your version sounds simple and def dooable. Thanks dear.

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  48. Looks absolutely lip smacking!!

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  49. Hi Priya...was lookin for a garlic and spicy recipe...it looks and sounds very good...one question..what tamarind did u use ?..the one we use in Sambar ?..and can we fry it in oil ??..i am new to the world of cookin..hence the dumb question..would like to try this out ..so do reply .Thanks,reny.

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  50. Wow!!I too prepare this garlic chutney in a similar way....This spicy chutney makes a great combo with Masala Dosa and Curd Rice...

    Awesome Entry...

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  51. Lip-smacking chutney! Rendu idly extra ullae pogum:)

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  52. This is my favorite chutney too Priya...I love this with crisoy dosas...no limit for idlis or dosas when this chutney is there for side dish :)

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  53. Looks really awesome & perfect.. nice click..

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  54. @RM, yes the same one we use for sambar, absolutely u have to fry it in oil, so that the tamarind doesnt get stick to the mixie jar while grinding the chutney..hope this helps..

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  55. Dear Priya
    I tried this chutney and it tasted very delicioous.I posted it in my blog under tried and tasted.Thank you for sharing this yummy chutney.

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  57. Thanks for the tasty recipe ;)

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